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News – Maximum Impact CapX for Summer Camps: March 28-30, 2019

News – Maximum Impact CapX for Summer Camps: March 28-30, 2019

Sorensen Partners Principal-in-Charge Marie S.A. Sorensen, AIA will be speaking at the ACA New England Camp Conference, March 28-30, 2019, in Manchester, NH on “Maximum Impact CapX, How to Solve Two Problems with One Construction Project.” Please join Marie for a collaborative presentation and discussion […]

Lobby Restoration & Renovation for Wellesley College Jewett Arts Center

Lobby Restoration & Renovation for Wellesley College Jewett Arts Center

Sorensen Partners is Architect and OPM for the restoration and renovation of several key features in the lobby and adjacent spaces at Wellesley College’s Jewett Arts Center. The Jewett Arts Center was designed by renowned modernist Paul Rudolph, and changes to the structure adhere to […]

News – Sorensen authors ‘Designing for Laughter: 7 Concepts for Inventing the Future of Academic Communities’

News – Sorensen authors ‘Designing for Laughter: 7 Concepts for Inventing the Future of Academic Communities’

Charles G. Forrest & Martin Halbert – editors of Beyond the Information Commons: A Field Guide to Evolving Library Services, Technologies and Spaces, Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, forthcoming – selected Sorensen Partners’ Marie S.A. Sorensen, AIA as the author of the volume’s Afterword. Sorensen’s essay, […]

Rexel USA – Distribution Center Central Office – Mansfield, MA

Rexel USA – Distribution Center Central Office – Mansfield, MA

Sorensen Partners is Architect for an Interior Renovation to enlarge and reconfigure the Central Office at Rexel’s Mansfield Distribution Center Warehouse, located along the southwest side of the building. The former Central Office had (3) offices with (3) occupants each, a total of (9) occupants; interior […]

WaveMax Laundromats Retail Buildouts – Methuen, MA & Providence, RI

WaveMax Laundromats Retail Buildouts – Methuen, MA & Providence, RI

Sorensen Partners is Architect for the construction of multiple laundromats for the North Carolina and Florida-based franchise WaveMax. These are the company’s first New England locations. Sorensen Partners is working under the direction of contractor Key-Construction Solutions, Inc. with Environmental Design Engineering, Inc. (EDE) of Waltham, […]

Somerset Architecture & Masterplanning

Somerset Architecture & Masterplanning

Sorensen Partners is Architect and Masterplanner for 42-acre Camp Somerset for Girls in Smithfield, Maine. Our  masterplanning work includes the dining hall, gymnasium, office and health buildings, theater, social hall, cabins, creative buildings, courts, fields, signage, fences, and layout of roads, paths, and utility infrastructure. […]

Horse Thieves Tavern, Dedham MA

Horse Thieves Tavern, Dedham MA

Sorensen Partners is Architect and Interior Designer for Horse Thieves Tavern in Dedham, MA. The new restaurant at the corner of Washington and High Streets is presently under construction by Sincere Construction of Cambridge, MA. The project includes design and construction of the new restaurant and […]

Learning Commons for Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology

Learning Commons for Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology

Sorensen Partners was Architect and Interior Designer for the renovation of three signature spaces in the ‘Learning Commons’ on the main floor of Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology (BFIT) in Boston, Massachusetts, and specified and coordinated furniture, lighting, AV, IT, power/data, mechanical, and electrical requirements. […]

University of the Pacific Library: Participatory Design & Ethnography

University of the Pacific Library: Participatory Design & Ethnography

Sorensen Partners was participatory design workshop leader and ethnographer for the University of the Pacific (UOP) Libraries staff and leadership, and with the Department of Support Services / Physical Plant, in summer 2017 to facilitate understanding and discovery of Library staff and faculty interactions and […]